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Cranfield Knowledge Interchange (KI) Online provides an easy route to relevant and respected management information drawing upon the knowledge of our faculty and giving subscribers access to a unique blend of external resources. Developed by the Centre for Customised Executive Development, this unique service enables managers to use these resources for personal development and business use, subject to the Terms and Conditions.

Latest Videos:

Global Economic Update: November 2014
Professor Joe Nellis gives his latest update on the global economy and also reviews the economic outlook for the eurozone and the United Kingdom.

The Outbreak of the First World War - Lessons for Leaders Today
2014 marks the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. In this interview, Jon Chapman looks at the leadership responsible for initiating these world changing events and the lessons that can be learnt. An accompanying paper is available to download.

From Selling to Co-Creating
Drs Régis Lemmens and Javier Marcos talk about their latest book (with Professor Bill Donaldson) that helps companies to transform their sales organisations, allowing them to stay current with the technological and consumer trends and sustain their competitive edge. It is a visual business book full of diagrams, illustrations and models, which will be picked up time after time by sales managers in the field and sales directors in the board room as well as students in sales management.

FIFA World Cup 2014
Dr John Glen discusses the tournament, the impact on the Brazilian economy, the sponsorship, and finally gives his prediction of the winners.

Mindfulness for Leaders
Dr Jutta Tobias talks about her work on mindfulness and how it can be applied in leadership development. Mindfulness – the capacity for managing awareness and attention in the moment – involves cultivating the capacity to ‘attend to’ the situation at hand in ways that are purposeful and well-balanced. The ability to be ‘in the present moment’ releases the mind from habitual, ruminative patterns that lead to worry, fragmentation and burn-out, and enables more intuitive, productive and creative responses to new challenges.


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